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down outside a chicago movie theater after the fbi was tipped off to his whereabouts by whom? the answer is the prostitute. that's correct. the hooker. i knew that maccallum was going to rise to the gangster thing. she looks gorge nelson in a george clooney movie. [gunfire] i'm bigger than any guy. >> that's the crazy connie brothers. to this day baby face nelson holds what dubious distinction american history? what did baby face nelson do that stands in the record books? the answer is, correct. kill the most fbi agents. three a questions, three correct answers. i don't think that has ever happened before. ladies and gentlemen. should we quit while we are ahead? >> good night, everybody. >> what a good idea. >> this is an easy one. this is the easiest question coming up. >> al capone, one of the most notorious gang members in american history. >> did i ask you what you are trying to do? did i ask you what you are trying to do? i wanted you to get [bleep] where he breathes. i want you to find this boy. i want him dead. >> bill: sounds like a factor meeting. [ laughter ] >> jus
the dial. >> dillinger was gunned down outside a chicago movie theater after the fbi was tipped off to his whereabouts by whom? the answer is the prostitute. that's correct. the hooker. i knew that maccallum was going to rise to the gangster thing. she looks gorge nelson in a george clooney movie. [gunfire] i'm bigger than any guy. >> that's the crazy connie brothers. to this day baby face nelson holds what dubious distinction american history? what did baby face nelson do that stands in the record books? the answer is, correct. kill the most fbi agents. three a questions, three correct answers. i don't think that has ever happened before. ladies and gentlemen. should we quit while we are ahead? >> good night, everybody. >> what a good idea. >> this is an easy one. this is the easiest question coming up. >> al capone, one of the mostngn american history. >> did i ask you what you are trying to do? did i ask you what you are trying to do? i wanted you to get [bleep] where he breathes. i want you to find this boy. i want him dead. >> bill: sounds like a factor meeting. [ laughter ] >> just k
on the fbi investigation and mon storing david petraeus's personal e-mail and what is the relationship with his biographer came to light after a fbi background check. and the department official under president bush said that they seemed to be investigating the benghazi controversy with the same particular approach he used in the fast and furious gun running scandal. >> senator grassley's questions covered a very broad scope from the beginning of investigation throughout it up until its conclusion and it seems to me they want to get to the who, what, when and where, about why they started and. >> they recently defend the decision not to make the notification. >> had we made the determination, na that a threat existed. we of course would have made that known to the president and also to the appropriate members on the hill. >> and the head of the house and senate intelligence committee recently seen this no note-- >> and catherine herridge with the latest, thank you. >> and is the postal service biting off more than it can chew in holiday season and a crazy election that will not end in
at the fbi are doing this. they are pulling out a mob charge when they talk to witnesses. are we saying steve cohen is a mafia leader, no. he denies it, of course. the worst thing he could say is trading at insider information. as you know, i always said it is a victimless crime. i have a problem with this whole thing. it is what it is. clearly, the fed thinks it is really bad stuff. they either approach witnesses with this stuff were when the witnesses come into office, they pull out the thing and they say this is where we think steve cohen is at the top and this is where we think you are in the context of all of this. a chart that looks just like a chart that describes organized crime. we ran this by the officials that sec capital. they have no comment. the fbi has no comment. obviously, they brought charges against the latest gentlemen matthew martone who received insider tips on a drug company. they brought charges against him because he would not cooperate. whatever they showed him did not work. that is why they brought the charges. i know the journal came out with a big story today. tha
investigators and the fbi has an organizational chart of sec capital, it looks just like one of those mob charts. we are getting this from senior people close to the investigate including witnesses they're trying to coax into cooperating sometimes in doing this when they do is they say listen, this is where you sit in the organizational structure, here is the guy at the top and the pullout big chart where steve cohen is at the top of all these lines coming down so they have their eyes on steve cohen. they want to charge him. this is the fbi so potentially criminal charges and the sec looking as well. cheryl: i am sorry. charlie: they think he runs a company that is like organized crime family. we should back out they don't kill people at sec capital. if they do anything wrong, it is insider-trading. a victimless crime but you go to jail for ten years and more for doing it. the latest sec capital sources of associate to be nabbed in this insider-trading, reno he traded a drugmaking stock and shared his steps or his knowledge with steve cohen. we know that from the complaint, gentleman described a
the justice department and the f.b.i. for answers about their involvement in the investigation into general david petraeus affair with his biographer, the former cia chief resigned from his post two weeks ago as a result. catherine herridge live in washington with more of the details for us. >> thank you, good morning. in this two page letter the ranking republican on the senate judiciary meeting is demanding a meeting no later than next wednesday into the investigation into david petraeus. given the numerous press reports on this matter including information alleged to be provided by government sources i request a detailed briefing to discuss this matter and provide concrete facts surrounding his resignation and the department apartments involve the. the letter from grassley breaks down the request into ten gat tore reese. whether the affair with his biographer was detected or missed by the fbi in their background check for the cia job as well as any illegal thoerts that showed the f.b.i. and other departments were not required to notify the president. >> it looks like koeupbgs interested
petraeus investigation. the fbi investigating whether he told his military staff to share documents and other sensitive information with his biographer and mistress paula broadwell. that's according to reports in "the washington post." fbi agents say they found low-level classified information on broadwell's computer. >>> interstate 10 in texas is back open friday after 120 people were hurt in an enormous wreck. take a look at that. about 100 vehicles were involved in a big chain reaction pileup that happened near beaumont. in one of the accidents a man and woman were killed when an 18 wheeler hit them from behind. authorities say dense fog might have been to blame. >>> sad news from the boxing world. doctors say that former champ hector macho camacho is clinically brain dead after being shot in the face and neck tuesday night. he was initially expected to survive but his injuries severely affected blood flow to his brain. family members announced last night they will wait two more days before deciding whether to take the boxer off of life support. >>> a problem with the heating and
, dogged by the u.s. government, by the fbi? they took back his passport. will kaufman: yeah. he would havei guess it would have been around in the late '40s, when he actually met robeson, because both of them were on the board of people's songs, which was an organization started by pete seeger as a means, again, of energizing the union movement through song. and he admired paul robeson very much. i don't believe he ever sang with them. i saw one letter in which he mentions having met him. but he certainly supported him. and he was there, of course, during thesethe peekskill riots of 1949. amy goodman: well, talk about the peekskill riots. exactly what happened? will kaufman: ok, 1949, august, late august, early september of 1949, the civil rights congress, through people's songs, got paul robeson to agree to sing a benefit concert at the golfing grounds up inor the lakeland picnic area up in peekskill, westchester county. and before robeson even got to the grounds, he neverin fact, he never even made it to the grounds, because for the whole previous week, the peekskill evening star an
us is the author of several books and secret service and fbi and best sellers. >> great to be with you. >> i read your reporting all along and you said the white house knew for months what was happening're regarding the to david petraeus and what did he relate to the president and when. forevermore fbi agents held ski position. and none of this makes any sense. first of all, the timing of the investigation and the fact that it took months and should have talken weeks and it is the kind of investigation that would not be briefed to the president or hill that is not true. they say similar investigation have been briefed and in this case it was a breech of national security in this case. the cia director was in the position to be black mailed and he heads more secrets and to talk that risk is potentially a major issue and opening up him up to compromise. they can't believe he was not briefed and the other disturbing aspect of this. fbies take pride in being a political when it come to their jobs here is the investigation was timed to just by happenstance and on the day afte
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are in search of solution to a problem. >> would that be of interest in the f.b.i.? >> sean: welcome to that to a special edition. that was movie called district of corruption. we'll be showing you clips throughout the hour tonight and current administration was supposed to be most transparent in history. it's turned out to be anything but the. now, we have another four years to look forward. so can we anticipate corruption until 2016. joining me is director of the film steve banan and president of judicial watch and film's producer. tom finten. >> explain what we saw in that clip? >> i wanted to make a film, i think washington is an imperial city. it's been detached from the american people. i wanted to show how it happened. how this corruption, how this happened over the last 20 years and particularly how it's culminated in the obama administration. every administration runs to be the most transparent administration. >> sean: they are full of it? >> clinton and bush and obama, each time they run because the american people want transparency and open and a government that is not in
dangerous, we are like that sounds totally sketchy and we will call off our friend the fbi just like that and we told everybody we would do it and we feel that is our responsibility to let the pros to their job. >> is it time -- [talking over each other] >> robotics, rules would stop robots. it makes everyone bring this up, turns out for a robot to be smart enough to apply the three loss, already taken over the world. that is artificial intelligence, cognition and this stuff. just shooting guns is easy. robots are good at bad stuff which is really reassuring to people. that is not the way it is going to happen. we can't, and you our robots with intelligence to make ethical choices. we need to change society and culture to watch what is going on. you all are regulatory and surveillance -- we can spot it early. >> back to synthetic biology. questions about are we going to worry about hobbyists doing a killer virus, we need to worry about the dr. e-mailing you dna for your vaccine, we don't know how easy e-mail is doing just to your kids. >> i talked about this. right now dna synthesis
. >>> new information coming out today about the david petraeus investigation. the fbi is investigating whether he told his military staff to share documents and other sensitive information with his biographer, paula broadwell. that's according to a report from "the washington post." fbi agents say they found low level classified information on broad well's computer. >> so you feeling lucky this holiday season? the powerball jackpot keeps climbing and climbing. it's now an eye-popping $325 million. the next drawing is tomorrow night at 10:59 eastern. we want to know what you would spend all that money on. so, send us a tweet on the twitters, our address is @startingpointcnn. look at the bottom of the screen. >> you could spend some of that $325 shopping at toys "r" us. waking up super early on black friday just doesn't cut it anymore. this year many stores decided to open last night. thanksgiving day. probably going to pay off. an estimated 41 million people went shopping on thanksgiving itself. that's almost double the number that are expected to shop today. but still a huge number of
people they busted are those caught looting the consulate long after the attack. the fbi has been working with investigators in libya and officials have said nothing at all about their findings. but some libyan security members say their newly formed government is simply afraid to go after the militias. which are better armed than the official government forces. just yesterday, gunmen ambushed benghazi's new security chief and assassinated him. steve centanni with the news live in d.c. what do we know about that assassination? >> gregg, it's one of several recent murders of libyan officials with no word on who is responsible. the national security chief colonel was shot to death wednesday and his funeral was held soon afterwards. he was on his way home from work when three gunmen opened fire. investigators don't know the motive and they don't know if this was connected to the 9/11 attack on the u.s. consulate. in his position as a top security official. it's very possible he did have information about who was behind that deadly ambush. gregg? >> steve,last night we heard ambassador stiewf
finance, has meant by this gem smuggling operation. in fact, what they later found out that the fbi and cia were some of those have even showed up in shame shops in arizona. so you will find these gems to finance this whole campaign. again gordon back to this was the valley, the captain on the two new tactic with the plan was flawed. but even though the news that it was flawed, and that there was incredible danger and they would have to climb to the top of the mountain to get to this compound with a new it was surrounded by some of that, you know, some of the best mercenary so to speak at what really trained mercenaries were fighting for that 10 years. they still went and they still went to carry out this mission. i think you can describe a little bit of what happened when they went. >> okay, so they take off on the border of jalalabad and fly into this valley. there is some concern at this point obviously. there's concerned about the welfare comment there's a certain when that they could get in before the cloud cover can. they had to work quickly as well
. despite being under investigation by the fbi and the house ethics committee. now, jackson has resigned, citing concerns for his health, but his resignation does not come without questions including about the allegations of possible misuse of campaign funds. chicago sun times washington bureau chief lynn sweet joins me from chicago. good to have you with us. >> thank you. >> lynn, first, can you tell us if we know any more about what exacerbated the health problem back in june? because it seems look a lot of the variables, a lot of the root causes had been in place for some time before june. >> well, you know, there were investigations of him, there is another figure that was a player in the overall broader investigation of former now imprisoned governor rod blagojevich that had pled guilty to a charge at about the time that jesse jackson jr. was started being absent and eventually checked into mayo. so we don't know exactly when he knew about this second criminal probe, the one dealing with his campaign finances, but it was just a -- it is the -- when he went into treatment for his men
answers to some specific evidence at hand. for example, they understand they u that the fbi conducted ith tviews with those on the ground the day after. on the heyy would like to see that transcript. and they want to see more of the videotape, the surveillance lideo as well as the round-level video that was andn and has been shown only to a handful of members of ongress. want to sem want to see what's out there. >> thank you, sharyl. >>> heavy fog is to blame for a massive thanksgiving day pile-up outside beaumont, texas. more than 140 vehicles crash ed on interstate 10. as manuel bojorquez reports, two died and hundreds were injured. >> reporter: within seconds, hway neartruck this busy highway near beaumont, texas. tractor trailers, cars twisted and torn apart. some s some were sent flying. >> within 20 seconds this truck was a was airborne, pushing this you be sush an forward. >> reporter: blinded by heavy chainrivers became disoriented, unable to see vehicles around them, one crash led to another, setting off a deadly chain deaction. >> i heard a lot more and i just f theed my kids, p
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